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The Torah as a Living Experience
Torah is hope, the mortality of our souls. It cannot be found in heaven. Nor on the top of the mountains, or the bottom of the sea. It is here, in our hearts, in the way we live. We look within ourselves, deeply, for it is there that we will find all of the cosmic beauty that God has planted there for us.
.. there is a covenant between human beings and God to co-create this world through the prism of our Torahs, together. We share a rich, historic tradition of making the story our own. Conversations which are continually restated, newly expressed, across the span of generations. Ultimately, the Covenant didn’t end at Mt. Sinai.
The Torah is called the Book of Life, sefer ha’chayim. Not the Book of Knowledge. Judaism is not something you study: it is something you get intimately involved with. It is a relationship. A meeting place. Where we meet God.